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    Tackling cancer among poor doesn't have to cost dear
27-09-2010
(Reuters) - The growing burden of cancer in developing countries could be reduced without expensive drugs and equipment, scientists said Monday,
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    The Potential To Treat Cancer With Arsenic
20-09-2010
Miss Marple notwithstanding, arsenic might not be many people's favorite chemical. But the notorious poison does have some medical applications.
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    When oncology becomes hope-ology
20-09-2010
Hope is a lifeline that many cancer patients cling to in the face of bleak outcomes and dire statistics.
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    Cancer breath test
30-08-2010
SCIENTISTS working on a breath test to detect cancer said they were now able to identify different types of the disease, in research published recently.
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    Broccoli to the defence
30-08-2010
British scientists have found a chemical in the cruciferous vegetable that can protect men from prostate cancer
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    Chemical link to testicular cancer probed
23-08-2010
Scientists hope to prove whether common environmental chemicals, such as those used to make plastics, are to blame for rising
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    Cancer cells slurp up fructose, U.S. study finds
20-08-2010
(Reuters) - Pancreatic tumor cells use fructose to divide and proliferate, U.S. researchers said on Monday in a study that
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    'Arming' Women Against Cervical Cancer
16-08-2010
KUALA LUMPUR, July 28(Bernama) -- Hong Kong pop star and actress Anita Mui, well known among Cantopop fans worldwide, died less than four months after revealing that she had cervical
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